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Gaiman described A Game of You as " probably " his favorite volume in the series, " because it's most people's least favourite volume, and I love it all the more for that.
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Gaiman and described
As a result, Adams later stated that he was not entirely happy with the book, which includes several jarring authorial intrusions, which fellow author Neil Gaiman described as " patronising and unfair ".
Gaiman described the early issues as " awkward ", for he, as well as Kieth, Dringenberg, and Busch, had never worked on a regular series before.
Gaiman and Game
Gaiman often characterises Sandman stories as " male " or " female "; A Game of You, dominated by female characters and points of view, is one of his female stories.
Gaiman and You
The song was rerecorded for a tribute album to Gaiman that was assembled by the Dancing Ferret entertainment group titled Where's Neil When You Need Him?
Several of the sketches, many of which are included for the first time since their original transmissions, had been discussed in biographies of Adams ( e. g. Don't Panic by Neil Gaiman and Wish You Were Here by Nick Webb ).
Gaiman and volume
The first volume of The Annotated Sandman was published by DC Comics in January 2012 as a large 12 " by 12 " black-and-white book with an introduction by Gaiman.
Gaiman has announced that to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of The Sandman, a new volume will be produced ; it will include a story about the victory that had exhausted Morpheus prior to the beginning of the original story.
* The Sandman: The Kindly Ones ( 1996 ), the ninth volume of The Sandman comic book series by Neil Gaiman
Gaiman and series
Although created before the two met, the character Delirium from Gaiman's The Sandman series ( or even her sister Death ) is inspired by Amos ; Gaiman has stated that they " steal shamelessly from each other ".
* Neil Gaiman named a debauched bar in the underworld " The Hellfire Club " in his epic comic-book series The Sandman.
Neverwhere is an urban fantasy television series by Neil Gaiman that first aired in 1996 on BBC Two.
The idea for the story came from a conversation between Gaiman and Henry about a possible television series.
* In the Vertigo comic book series, The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, the notion that Faerie pays a sacrificial tithe to Hell is mentioned in the storyline " Season of Mists ".
Gaiman uses " The Tempest ", a play fundamentally about change, endings, and new beginnings, to finish the series.
The Sandman grew out of a proposal by Neil Gaiman to revive DC's 1974 – 1976 series The Sandman, illustrated by Jack Kirby and Ernie Chua and written by Joe Simon and Michael Fleisher.
While the scene did not make it into later drafts because Roy Thomas was using the characters in Infinity, Inc., Gaiman soon began constructing a treatment for a new series.
Berger reviewed the sketches ( along with some drawn by Gaiman ) and suggested Sam Kieth as the series ' artist.
By issue # 11, Gaiman began incorporating elements of the Kirby Sandman series, including the changes implemented by Thomas.
Between Thomas and Gaiman, the character's existence was revealed to be a sham created by two nightmares who had escaped to a pocket of the Dreaming, who would later attempt this again on Sanderson Hawkins, sidekick to Wesley Dodds, the Golden Age Sandman ( who himself made several appearances in the Gaiman series ).
Gaiman himself has summarized the plot of the series ( in the foreword to Endless Nights ) as " The Lord of Dreams learns that one must change or die, and makes his decision.
The task of annotating the series was undertaken by Gaiman's friend Leslie S. Klinger of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes who worked from the original scripts given to him by Gaiman.
* Vertigo: Winter's Edge ( 1997 – 1999 ): An annual one-shot issue featuring short stories from multiple Vertigo series, including short stories featuring Desire ( twice ) and Death by Gaiman with Bolton, Jones, and Zulli respectively.
Film director James Mangold pitched a series concept to cable channel HBO, whilst consulting with Gaiman himself on an unofficial basis, but this proved to be unsuccessful.
Dream is a fictional character and the protagonist of DC Comics ' Vertigo comic book series The Sandman, written by Neil Gaiman.
Gaiman and because
Gaiman mentioned wanting to do a Renfaire issue with Hob in it because he thought it would be funny for several reasons: Gaiman himself mentioned in " The Sandman Companion " that he never liked Renfaires, particularly in America and wondered what it would be like if someone from the time popped in.
Although this is not explicitly stated in the series, Gaiman has said that he " always assumed " Morpheus had once been alone in the Dreaming and that he populated it because he wanted company.
Gaiman agrees with Dringenberg's view by explaining that Desire had to be made both male and female, because the character represents everything someone might desire.
Neil Gaiman knew that, because of his age and health, the artist would not be able to give much of a time commitment so he designed this story to be short and full of full page pictures.
Gaiman began work at the magazine in 1984 but left in the late 80s because an editorial change resulted in the magazine concentrating more heavily on pornographic content.
Gaiman and most
Among the stories drawn for Heavy Metal he continued the saga of his most famous creation, Den which had begun in the short film Neverwhere ( Neil Gaiman used the same title, Neverwhere, later, but the two creations have nothing common ) and a short story in the underground publication Grim Wit # 2.
The Wachowski brothers ( co-writers and directors of The Matrix films ) were fans of Neil Gaiman and based the character of Morpheus on the title character from the comic book The Sandman, also adopting one of his most common pseudonyms, Morpheus.
Understanding Comics received praise from notable comic and graphic novel authors such as Art Spiegelman, Will Eisner, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Garry Trudeau ( who reviewed the book for the New York Times ), and was called “ one of the most insightful books about designing graphic user interfaces ever written ” by Apple Macintosh co-creator Andy Hertzfeld.
A one shot reprint ( in color ), Welcome Back to the House of Mystery, featured ten of the most highly-regarded stories as selected by Alisa Kwitney in a Cain wraparound by Neil Gaiman and Sergio Aragonés, under the Vertigo imprint.
Gaiman has since stated when asked that the story was entirely of his own devising, most recently in the Foreword to The Sandman: Endless Nights.
While promoting the novel, Neil Gaiman said that it was " unquestionably the finest English novel of the fantastic written in the last 70 years ", a statement which has most often been read hyperbolically.
Something Wicked has influenced several fantasy and horror authors, the most prominent being Neil Gaiman and Stephen King.
The movement was most strongly associated with Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Grant Morrison, all writers who had previously worked on the British comic anthology series 2000 AD and who were subsequently recruited by DC Comics.
* Upon seeing a review in which someone said that Martha Soukup was one of the most discussed authors, friend Neil Gaiman wrote a poem for her, in which the entire world ( and a few beings in outer space ) talk of nothing but Martha Soukup: " It's Martha this and Martha that and Martha Soukup said, and if you cannot talk of Martha, then you might as well be dead.